Thoughtful monitoring, evaluation, and learning processes allow for programmatic shifts to increase effectiveness and improve results.
Jun 27, 2019
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States
The 29th annual Martin J. Forman Memorial lecture will explore the pathways from improved nutrition to economic growth, looking at the broad goals of investing in nutrition that go far beyond reducing stunting.
Jun 27, 2019
Berkeley, California, United States
On Thursday, June 27th , CEGA’s Digital Credit Observatory (DCO) will host a research convening on digital credit and women’s economic empowerment at UC Berkeley. DCO invites researchers, thought partners, and practitioners to share work that advances our understanding of the relationship between...
Oct 21, 2019 to Oct 23, 2019
Arlington, Virginia, United States
Register to attend the 2019 SEEP Annual Conference on October 21-23.
Jun 12, 2019
This evaluation seeks to capture some of these lessons by examining the designs and implementation processes of the cash transfer components of the ESFAM and FARE projects.
Nov 18, 2019 to Nov 22, 2019
This workshop will bring together experienced results measurement practitioners to share lessons learned, solve common and emerging problems, exchange practical approaches to address identified challenges and build a supportive network.
Jun 19, 2019
Washington , District Of Columbia, United States
You are invited to the next meeting of the Research Working Group of the Movement for Community-led Development.
May 30, 2019
Growing small and medium enterprises (SMEs) is an important goal of much donor assistance. However, development practitioners do not always articulate theoretical frameworks linking interventions to outcomes of sales or employment growth.
As USAID programs evolve to adopt a market systems approach, implementing partners must adapt their monitoring and evaluation approaches to better capture dynamics of complex systems change.
May 23, 2019
This is the second blog the Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation series on building private sector resilience. Stay tuned for the next blog in the private series, as we look at an example of how a more resilient company can provide critical technologies and value-added services after a natural disaster.